25 May 2018

Kim Jong Nam murder footage has been revealed - Video

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The extraordinary footage that allegedly shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother being attacked by two women in a busy airport.

The leaked CCTV footage appears to show a woman spray a liquid on Kim Jong-nam’s face as he stands in a crowded concourse at Kuala Lumpur Airport.

The blurry footage shows Kim Jong-nam, dressed in a grey jacket and dark blue top, being circled by at least two women just moments before the attack was carried out.

A woman in a white top reaches her arm around Jong-nam’s face before spraying him with a liquid, Malaysia Kini reported.
The woman then calmly, but quickly, walks away.

Kim Jong-nam can then be seen alerting airport staff and police, appearing to gesture and explain what took place.

The footage shows the eldest brother of Kim Jong-un walking with staff to the airport health clinic. Moments later he was dead.

The chilling footage emerged after Indonesian female masseuse Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese entertainment worker Doan Thi Huong were arrested over the death of Kim Jong-nam, The Sun reported.

The women were arrested along with Muhammad Farid Bin Jalaluddin, who is Malaysian, and North Korean man Ri Jong Chol.
Kim Jong-nam died on February 13 as he was preparing to board a flight to Macau.

The results of the autopsy could take up to a week to be released and will prove beyond doubt whether Kim Jong-nam was poisoned.

Kim Jong-nam’s body will remain under police protection until then.

2017.02.20 / 09:59
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